News for Wednesday, October 27, 2004

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Moore comedy, less truth - Zach Porter

Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 is a really hilarious film. Watching some of its opening scenes, like the one where Bush asks "anybody want some grits?" I can't help but double over in a fit of laughter. And who could forget song and dance man John Ashcroft gracing our ears with, "Let the Eagle Soar." What a great comedy! But wait a minute, it's not supposed to be a comedy, it's a "documentary."

A visit to Ground Zero - Bob Paslay

I had not given much thought to how I would feel when I finally stood at the stark open space that once housed the World Trade Center.

An unprecedented road trip - Justin Boron

I stood at my front door as my friend and his brother pulled into my driveway. We were about to embark on an unprecedented journey.

There and back again - Ed Brock

We were sitting on rough-hewn, upended logs that served as stools, eating ramen noodles at a cozy little place near my in-laws' house in Chiba, Japan.

Obituaries

October 27, 2004

Lady Cardinals return to state volleyball poll

By Doug Gorman

Christmas and Easter baseball fan - Rob Felt

Postseason baseball is here, so I'm a fan again.

Gay marriage vote cleared for Tuesday ballot

By Ed Brock

Police chase motorcyclist

By Ed Brock

Bell absent from forum

By Justin Boron

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Wish comes true for sick student

By Greg Gelpi

Greetings from New York - Kathy Jefcoats

Well, I made it. I completed my first airplane ride, from Atlanta to NYC, Saturday and am now sitting in the business center of the hotel where I am staying in New York. I am on Long Island so I take the train n Long Island Railroad n into the "the city," Manhattan. I will be here all week and will return back to work Monday. But I am not thinking of that right now. I am in the city I love and having a ball.

Communicating from the basement - Todd Defeo

Every weekend, my dad makes his way to the basement and takes a seat at a desk tucked away in the corner. Flipping on switches and a light, he prepares to talk to strangers around the world.

Pets of the Week

Lazlo is a 3-month-old tabby domestic medium-hair. He has been neutered and vaccinations are current. When he was only a few weeks old, Lazlo became a victim of animal cruelty when he was tossed from a moving vehicle. Luckily, his injuries were minor and he recuperated quickly. He's a sweet kitten who craves human attention. For adoption information call the Clayton County Humane Society at (770) 471-9436.

Task force chief resigns

By Ed Brock

Fess up and I'll vote for you - Greg Gelpi

Political parties are like religions.